#YOLO – You only label once!

And that’s a promise! When you use Lovable Labels to meet your labelling needs, you’ll find the stickiness lasts and lasts and lasts. Haven’t tried them yet? Now’s the perfect opportunity to find out that YOLO (you only label once) because Lovable Labels have a great 3 day sale starting April 15th, 2014.  Already a fan? Then you’re sure to want to take this opportunity to stock up and save.

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The Failing of Single Parents

The Double Parent:

Single motherhood is a much maligned much blamed faction of society. Not to Jared Leto, though – read this perceptive take on his Oscar speech…

Originally posted on Beating Trauma:


When Jared Leto won an Oscar last night, I don’t think anyone was shocked.  However, his undeniably beautiful dedication to his single mother may have been surprising to some.  Why?  In our society, we have a habit of focusing on the damage that single-parented households are causing.  Research has been published that links single mothers to juvenile delinquency and lack of education.  Many articles state that single-parented households are the problem with the world today.

It is true that single parents are under-resourced.  Single-parented households struggle with supporting family activities on one income.  Similarly, families with a stay-at-home parent also struggle with one income.  However, there is a difference.  They have free childcare because someone is staying at home.  Even in the case of military families, there is an income for the family even when there is a parent missing from the family.  So, I get it.  It is…

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The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study — the largest, most important public health study you never heard of — began in an obesity clinic

Originally posted on ACEs Too High:

Mentions of the ACE Study – the CDC’s Adverse Childhood Experiences Study — have shown up in the New York Times, This American Life, and Salon.com recently. In the last year, it’s become a buzzword in social services, public health, education, juvenile justice, mental health, pediatrics, criminal justice and even business. Many people say that just as everyone should be aware of her or his cholesterol score, so should everyone know her or his ACE score. But what is this study? And why is it so important to, well, almost everyone in 2012, the same way polio became important to almost everyone in the 1950s? Here’s the backstory.

The ACE Study – probably the most important public health study you never heard of – had its origins in an obesity clinic on a quiet street in San Diego.

It was 1985, and Dr. Vincent Felitti was mystified…

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